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Monday, Aug. 15

Good N Plenty restaurant (Source: Good N Plenty)

• ARPA reshaping Lancaster County: Municipalities are spending $90.4 million in American Rescue Plan Act funds on a wide variety of projects. The county itself received $106 million. (Source: LNP)

• Nursing home workers threaten to strike: The Service Employees International Union, SEIU, filed claims of unfair labor practices against three nursing home chains. (Source: CBS 21)

• Manheim police seek man who vandalized station: The department says Jason Ramey, 50, threw rocks at the police station’s windows and doors on Saturday. (Source: WGAL)

• Amish plan health care center at former Good N Plenty restaurant: Well Spring Care, an entity organized by Old Order Amish, bought the building near Smoketown for $2.9 million. (Source: LNP)

• Army contacts Mastriano over campaign imagery: According to military regulations, former soldiers may not use photos of themselves in uniform as the primary image in campaign media, and military information must be accompanied by disclaimers. (Source: NBC 10)

• Nation/world: Taliban celebrates one-year anniversary of Afghanistan takeover. (Source: NPR) Officials say material recovered at Mar-A-Lago raises major security concerns. (Source: ABC News) Nonprofit erases $6.7 billion in medical debt. (Source: NPR) Iraq denies involvement in Rushdie attack, blames Rushdie. (Source: CBS News) Suspect kills mother after crashing car into crowd, killing 1, in Berwick, Pa. (Source: CBS News) Anne Heche dies at 53. (Source: NBC News)